Second quarter total volume—at 4,362,049 containers and trailers— was up 4.5 percent annually, IANA reported. Domestic containers—at 1,690,190—were up 3.5 percent, and international containers—at 2,270,328—were up 6.8 percent. All domestic equipment at 2,091,721—was up 2.2 percent, and trailers dropped 3.1 percent to 401,531.
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